One tip I recieved and pass on to everyone. Is to wear your grungiest jeans, T-shirst and skivvies. Once they get wet or need a wash you can throw them away. Reach in to your saddlebags or gear for the nicer clothes you may have packed. You can always stop at Wal-mart to buy some new jeans or whatever. I have no room for rain gear. Except some leggings to keep the boots dry. I have an HH ultra light. Now I wish I chose a model that can hold more as I am borderline 200 pounds.
Near Central City, Colorado
Nine Mile Canyon, Utah
Deals Gap, NC
Here's a link to the trip report on the 40-day, nearly 10,000-mile trip on which most of those pics were take taken: http://www.hammockforums.net/forum/s...ad.php?t=19458
Land - Nice pics. Nice bike to. Tnx for sharing.
From Somewhere near Parkville, Mo
Everything you need to know about Hammocks in vids and reading:
Hammock in 3 minutes D. Hansen - It really is this easy to make a hammock
Shug's Hammock Newbies videos - Takes you buy the hand and shows you in video
The Ultimate Hang D. Hansen - now read about everything
JustJeff's Hammock tutorial - more reference
TableclothFactoryBlanks - shorter lengths available on sidebar
The TurtleDog Stand thread - Hang anywhere.
before my one piece suit, i wore my leathers. i carry a rain jcket for driving rain and also around the camp if cool. i do carry old t shirts and throw away. i pack a pair of socks, t shirt, skivies in a gallon baggy squeezed tight--1 for each day. soft cooler is a must for me. come camping time, i get a few colds ones and ice and supper, then go looking for trees.
Darby, MT. WestFest 2010 specifically. I was there last year, too (just Saturday night), and also this year. I tented it as my WBBB just arrived. It would have been fun to have with for both WestFest and the Montana 1000. For those unfamiliar, the MT1000 is 6 days of dual sport riding and camping ride making an approx. 1,000 mile loop around Western Montana mostly on dirt. We organized it to run in conjunction with the WestFest rally since that was in MT these last two years. We'll gauge interest next year to determine if we run the MT1000 again since WestFest will likely be in a different Rocky Mountain State next year.
Some pics from this years MT1000. Just about every camp spot was appropriate for hammocking.
Just heading into the Gravellys halfway through the ride. By the way, yes, I'm a big fan of Wolfman bags. So much so that I ordered more (saddlebags, racks, etc.) for my wife's bike, too.
Last edited by Chadx; 08-04-2011 at 10:15.
Beautiful pics. Tnx for sharing.